cartssmThe Potomac Institute for Policy Studies conducted a six-month study to identify and understand key lessons learned from public-private research and development (R&D) collaborations in the semiconductor industry. The goal of the study was to provide recommendations to the United States government (USG) on how these lessons learned can be applied to new R&D initiatives. These recommendations were focused on the semiconductor industry, which has ambitious goals to explore areas that could lead to leaps ahead in computing, in part based on the foundational scientific concepts originally outlined by Gordon Moore.


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